An international team of researchers have for the first time, discovered that in a very high magnetic field an electron with no mass can acquire a mass. Understanding why elementary particles e.g. electrons, photons, neutrinos have a mass is a fundamental question in Physics and an area of intense debate. This discovery by Prof Stefano Sanvito, Trinity College Dublin and collaborators in Shanghai was published in the prestigious journal Nature Communications this month. (full article)
The 'interchangeability of space, time, mass, matter, energy, fields (grav elec mag)' regulated by the quantity C (light) is the fundamental concept towards a more comprehensive (3D) view of our current and limited perception of E=MC2.
The progress toward this larger view which provide application feasibilities to field propulsion, anti-gravity, movement from one point to another (without going through all points in between) and opening countless other scientific doors, including medical ...... seems to be taking an overly extended, unnatural, time frame.
The following few chapters (links) were written at a fourth grade level of comprehension, so complexity is not the issue.
The far more fundamental and simpler definitions of space time mass matter energy gravity become mandatory:
- The Quantity C: Possessing a Significance Far Greater than Attributed
- Gravity – As Viewed Through the Radius (VC)
- Space as Observed through the Curve of Radius Light
- Matter and Mass – Quantum Gravity and the Holographic Mass
- Beyond A Uni-Dimensional Perception of TIME
- The Nonlinearity of Physical Law